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E Maaori maa ! Whakamaatauria te mate karauna

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He ao hōu kei mua i a tātou o Aotearoa, nō reira, me whai kē tātou i ngā huarahi hōu, e ora ai tātou i tēnei ao hōu nei.

Kei te patua tonutia te hunga pōhara e te mate karauna, ā, ko te iwi Māori whānui tonu tērā ka rongo i te nui o tēnei raruraru.

Koirā tā John Tamihere, upoko o te rōpū o Waipareira.

Hei tā John ki te iwi Māori, mēna kei te āhua māuiui te tangata, me kaua e noho noa me tere tā te tangata whai i ngā whare whakamātautau kei tēnā takiwā, kei tēnā takiwā.

Tuia i tēnā, hei tā John, kua tino huri tō tātou nei ao, ā he ao pai kei mua i a tātou, ahakoa ngā uauatanga ka hipokina ki runga i a tātou

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